Rockhound Rock Shop in Galesburg, Michigan, has a unique inventory. You’ve heard of the Great Lake State’s largest Christmas store and largest antique store, but have you visited the largest rock shop? Visit this massive retailer that sells every rock, crystal, and gem you can imagine. The shop doesn’t just sell rocks, it also offers an array of interactive activities which are fun for children and adults. Let’s take a look at this curious shop in Michigan.

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Rockhound Rock Shop photos and announcements are available on the Facebook page. Would you take a trip to visit the largest rock shop in Michigan? Let us know in the comments below!

While you’re in Galesburg, reserve a room on the Expedia website, and check out this beautiful three-mile hike at Chipman Preserve Trail.

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Hiking Trails In Michigan

What are some of the best hiking trails in Michigan?

  • Grand Ravines Loop (Jenison): For a relatively short hike, this 2.8-mile easy loop trail offers a variety of terrain that is part paved and unpaved. It follows along the river offering access to wildlife sightings and leads to an impressive 275-foot-long ADA-accessible, 70-foot-high suspension bridge that stretches across one of the ravines. In addition to the trail, the 202-acre Grand Ravines Park offers such amenities as restrooms, a dog wash station, an enclosed off-leash dog park, and water-bottle refill stations.
  • Warren Dunes Trail (Bridgman):  This 4.8-mile loop trail in Warren Dunes State Park is a moderately challenging route with a cool combination of sand, woods, and beach. It's tucked inside the lovely Warren Dunes State Park which requires the Michigan Recreation Passport for vehicle entry. The dunes are always interesting, but extra beautiful in the winter covered in snow. The lake portion of the trail is all sand and wind, and you'll appreciate the shaded areas in the warmer months.
  • Kalamazoo Valley River Trail Loop (Nazareth): Located at the Kalamazoo Nature Center, this 4.7-mile easy loop trail is one of an extensive network of unpaved, well-maintained trails that wind through a variety of habitats. You'll cross bogs, climb hills, and admire the beauty of wide open fields. The big reward comes with a lovely view from the top of the trail. The nature center requires an admission fee to park unless you have a membership where bathrooms and water are available.

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